The Kenya's former prime Minister and who is also the ODM leader Raila Odinga has hosted several Kikuyu elders at his Karen home in Nairobi yesterday on Friday. The leaders who attended the meeting have been identified as, the Kikuyu Council of Elders in which had been led sitting by Mr. Wachira Kiag-the Chairman of the group.
Other present leaders also included; politicians from the Mt Kenya region allies of President Uhuru Kenyatta who have been identified as, the former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth and Jeremiah Kioni-the Ndaragua MP. Raila's elder brother Oburu Odinga, Homa Bay senator Moses Kajwang', Seme MP James Nyikal and Migori Woman Rep Pamela Odhiambo are among the present people in the meeting.
After the meeting, the opposition leader posted saying he had a wonderful meeting full of idealistic discussions. “I enjoyed a thoughtful discussion at my home over a meal with members of the Kikuyu Council of Elders,” Raila Odinga posted. Raila has further said that the discussion involved matters that aim mostly to moving our country to a ahead of where it is now and not diverted ways of tribalism that have and continue dragging the country behind. “We have been sold fear for decades. It is time that as a people and a nation we embrace love and peace. This is the journey we are embarking on, are you willing to join us as we sit down and talk candidly?” Raila post says.
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